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Gypsy and Mosquito is a local caf in many senses. It's not just that local residents are frequent patrons, but more importantly the menu utilises locally sourced, endemic Australian, and even indigenous Victorian ingredients in its all-day brunch menu.
Wallaby and camel sausage, desert limes, bunya nuts, warrigal greens, and pepperbush berries to name just a fewall blended into adaptations of suchread more
Similar to MrMoss - I stumbled across it by accident the first time (coffee only) and then came back on a weekend for some breakfast. They use some great ingredients and I would definitely recommend their mixed breakfast goodness (in a pan). great qualidy produce, great flavours, cooked perfectly. I will definitely be heading back there soon.read more
I recently stumbled across this little goldmine whilst riding my bike along Bridge Rd.
The thing that first caught my eye was the simple rustic charm of the decor.
Simple white walls, wooden boxes as shelving and a beautifully-handwritten, simple, chalk-board sign out the front which read "Gypsey and Musquito now Open" ( At first I thought the name was just a trendy misspelling but after a little googling I learned that it was the name of 2 infamous bush rangers from the 1820's- 1850's).
Being a barrista and total coffee snob I am always on the lookout for a good brew, so the next day I came in again to sample theirread more